And The Winners Are…

It seems like months ago that we kicked off The Great Canadian Wine Challenge Winter Photo Contest, and yes, it has been weeks since the entries closed. We’re finally able to announce the winners. It was easy to select the top 3 but it was a lot more difficult to rank them 1,2,3 as it seemed like all the judges had differing opinions. In the end, here’s the top three photos:

Number 1: Bottle in the Woods, by Ron

Bottle in the Woods

Snow, ice, and wine – how Canadian is that?!

For his efforts, Ron (@RumJOro) wins…

Palatine Hills Estate Winery

Wine Tasting with winemaker Jeff Innes from Palatine Winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake!

Number 2: Dead Soldiers, by Paul Dearborn

Dead Soldiers by Paul Dearborn

Looks Like a Great Winter Party!

Coming second means Paul (@WhitbyWino) wins the…


Wine gift set from TWEPI, includes a Set of 4 wine glasses, 2 “Vin-to-Go” mugs, an EPIC Wine tote bag, and a TWEPI wine opener!

Number 3: Winter Sport, by The Cellar Sisters (@Cellar_Sisters)

Snowshoes & Kew Vineyards wine

The best way to relax after snowshoeing is with some great Canadian wine!

The third place prize donated by Rosehall Run is awesome too…

Rosehall Run

Spectacular Wineries of Ontario – a beautiful winery photo book donated by Rosehall Run!

Special mention goes to the Cellar Sisters, who constructed the awesome snow bar that was used as inspiration for this contest!

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